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Right below to the side button is a small banner, which says that this website is ipv6 ready. This means that for some time the site is ipv6 ready http://xenno.org , entered in IOT (Internet of Things) as I like to say about IPs ipv6.
Eh … how did I do that?
First I tuned the DNS records for IPv6, AAAA record and have completed an IPV6 IP provided by those where I host this website. They have so many right now as they gave me a whole class … I’m not going to use them all so I did set up only a few.
My beginnings with the hosting service were with them in their offer 1 IP IPV4 and 5 IP’s of IPV6 and then changed it and they gave me a whole class.
How IPV6 was at the start days when I started to get hosting from these people, I did not have mush to do with the five IP’s just only to configure local IPv6 server VPS assigning IPv6 local IPs to five different accounts. I noticed that it did not help because those IP’s did not exit through their nodes and so it remained configured on local VPS accounts.
It took some time, and they changed my offer and gave me a class IPs IPV6. I began to bother with them more closely and I’m blocked at the DNS IPV6 …
How will a BIND9 server gets configured so that it will respond to IPV6?
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